Zaria’s Milk is shifting the Black breastfeeding narrative one cookie at a time

The family-owned lactation cookie company saw an opportunity to educate and support mothers who don’t always get it.

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Why one fertility doctor is churning out dancing TikToks

Dr. Danielle Lane credits her teenagers for teaching her TikTok, a platform she’s using to inform families about fertility.

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Girl Power: How one virtual event is catering to confidence-building in young Black girls

The Power of Girls is hosting an online Girl Power Summit that speaks their vision of building the self-esteem and leadership within young girls.

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How women are being impacted more severely by COVID-related unemployment

Women aged 25-44 were almost three times as likely as men to be unemployed due to pandemic-related school closures.

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7 Black mother inventors you need to know

Check out this list of Black women inventors who so happened to also be mothers.

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10-year-old cashes in on GameStop shares that mom gifted him for Kwanzaa

The GameStop surge paid off for a 10-year-old from San Antonio, Texas. Earlier this week, Jaydyn Carr sold the shares he got for Kwanzaa two years ago.

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How Atlanta Ballet is demonstrating its commitment to diversity in ballet and what it means for young, black ballerinas

The premier company’s Centre for Dance Education partnered with a dancewear company on a new line of skin tone tights and shoes for all ages, allowing even young Black and brown dancers to feel included.

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Remembering Miriam Carey in the wake of the U.S. Capitol breach

Miriam Carey was 34 and unarmed when she was shot at 26 times and killed by Capitol Police after making a U-turn near the Capitol grounds following police chase

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U.S. Capitol breach draws attention to 2013 shooting of Miriam Carey

Trump supporters breached the U.S. Capitol with very little police resistance, reminding people of the 2013 police shooting of Miriam Carey.

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